Itâs Episode 60 of In the Mood for Podcast, a British-based film podcast hosted by Calum Reed of Ultimate Addict and Pete Sheppard of In the Mood for Blog.
A peroni-less podcast sees Pete on his best behaviour when confronted with a listener question that dares to approach the subject of Keira Knightley (see, we will answer questions about literally anything!) and when forced to tackle âParis-Manhattan,â a French love letter to Woody Allen. Cal shows less resistance when he reviews âOnly God Forgives,â before we unite for reviews of the weekâs Hollywood fare, buddy-cop comedy âThe Heat,â star-studded action sequel âRed 2,â and spooky box-office smash âThe Conjuring.â Weâve also got this weekâs Red Light District, which handily ties into Joe Wrightâs filmography, and part one of our 2009 Venice retrospective, featuring comment on âI Am Loveâ and âWhite Material,â among others. Tune in to find out which country Pete is jetting off to this week, which filmâs marketing annoys Cal, and whether Kristin Scott-Thomasâs embodiment of a famous fashion personality bests Helen Mirrenâs channeling of Bette Davis. Itâs diva overload!
The Weekâs News Listener Question: Is Keira Knightley the Queen of period films? [Zed] 
Opening Segment: This monthâs Red Light District (pimped films include âLetter Never Sentâ and âRomancing in Thin Airâ) and part one of our 2009 Venice Diaries! 
The Conjuring Red 2 Paris-Manhattan Only God Forgives
Closing Segment: Our take on Paul Feigâs feminist comedy âThe Heat,â and discussing memorable buddy/cop movies!